Guyana: A businessman murders a 28-year-old housewife, an investigation reveals their common-law relationship
Guyana: Police are investigating the alleged murder of Tasina Dazzle, a 28-year-old housewife from Lot 46 Ujamma Housing, Scheme, LBI, ECD, which occurred on 27-08-2022 at approximately 11:35 p.m. at the mentioned address in Guyana.
The suspect is a 36-year-old businessman from said address. The scene was visited on 08-27-2022 around 11:40 p.m. by a group of police officers.
Investigations revealed that the deceased and the suspect shared a common-law relationship and often faced domestic issues.
Although the now deceased woman never made a report to the police about it. On the day and time indicated, the deceased’s cousin, a 33-year-old secretary from said district, who was also his neighbor, was standing with the deceased shouting. She immediately opened her door and as she did, she managed to see the now deceased woman running out of her yard and onto her deck, where she fell and lay motionless.
The suspect left the house and got into a minibus, and managed to flee in the other direction north.
Police were examining the body of the deceased in which a few stab wounds were seen. Her body was escorted to GPHC where she was pronounced dead upon arrival. His body is at the GPHC awaiting PME. The suspect then proceeded to the nearby police station called Turkeyen. Police arrested the suspect and escorted him to Sparendaam Police Station.
Police said further investigation is underway in the case.
In the other incident, Friday, August 26, 2022, between 2:45 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Chief Firefighter Sherlon Legall and two other ranks from the Guyana Fire Department, stationed at the Campbellville Fire Station, conducted a fire drill drill with ranks from the Beteverwagting Police Station.
Responding within minutes, Fire Tender #1114 under the command of Chief Firefighter Legall and a group of firefighters fully dressed in firefighting gear. They immediately intervened to identify the water sources. Fire officer Legall highlighted the quality of the response, the orderly gathering of ranks when evacuating a building and the possession of fire extinguishers which should be placed at strategic points to deal with fires in their phase. initial and their outputs.
Commander Pareshram concluded the “fire drill” exercise emphasizing the importance of fire drills and how they should be conducted based on the Guyana Police SOPs. He also thanks the Guyana Fire Service, Guyana Power and Light Victoria Crew. member and grades for their support and quick response during the activity.